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Every day we learn from our visitors and strive to make Martin Mere the best it can be. On this page we aim to give you all the information you need to prepare you for your visit. Our friendly and welcoming staff will also be on hand to answer any queries you will have either before or during your visit.
At a glance
The basics of accessibility around Martin Mere Wetland Centre. Scroll down for the detailed accessibility statement, visual story and sounds you may hear on site.
Due to current restrictions, not all of the information will be correct. Please call the centre in advance with specific questions.
There are two large blue badge holder car parks catering for 25 vehicles outside the entrance. Car parking is free.
Free wheelchairs are available at the centre. There is a mobility scooter available to hire. This must be booked in advance by calling 01704 891220.
Carers can visit Martin Mere for free.
We welcome trained assisted dogs on site.
There are 4 accessible toilets on site. There is a toilet in the main corridor of the building that also has a static bench. This toilet does not have a hand dryer.
We are currently offering a limited takeaway service in the cafe.
The paths around the waterfowl gardens are all paved and accessible with benches at regular intervals as resting points.
We are not able to operate our boat tours at this time.
The nature trail is fully paved. It is not a circular loop. Most of our hides have lower windows to allow for wheelchair users to view the wildlife and bird books to help with identification.
Please call the centre for details of what activities you can currently do at the centre.
If you have any specific questions about our accessibility then please feel free to call us on 01704 891220 and we can discuss it with you and help you plan your day.
Detailed information on accessibility around Martin Mere Wetland Centre.
Read our comprehensive guide to accessibility around Martin Mere Wetland Centre. Download here.
This picture guide will help you find your way around our buildings so that you know what to expect when you visit the centre. Download here.
Sounds you might hear during your visit
Wetland Centre Map
Our annotated map is a great way to explore Martin Mere Wetland Centre and help plan your visit.